Results of a study presented at the Equine Science Society Symposium indicated there are a number of interesting factors at play.
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Plenty of paddock time can actually reduce soft-tissue injury risk, say NJ researchers studying six years of data.
Researchers also uncovered the need for post-exercise cooling strategies to bring elevated lower leg temperatures back down quickly.
A recent study brings horse owners’ opinions and beliefs on blanketing practices “into the limelight” for analysis.
Given the choice, one would assume that horses would make a beeline for yummy red clover hay, but the results of a study may surprise you.
A Michigan State veterinary medicine student and hunter-jumper rider presented her research at the 2021 ESS symposium.
New research out of Australia shows that removing cold water from overheated horses could actually make them hotter.
You might think you’re a star client for your farrier and veterinarian, but you could be wrong. Some professionals weigh in.
A recent study study suggests the mental health of Canadian veterinarians is “poor” when compared to that of the general population.
This Olympic showjumping athlete is a sought-after coach through her Little Creek Equestrian, a sales/training operation based in Wellington and Belgium.